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THE PAPAL AND ROYAL SUPREMACIES CONTRASTED. ANALYSIS OF A SERMON PREACHED ON SUNDAY, MAY THE 12TH, BY THE RIGHT REV DR. WISEMAN, AT ST. GEORGE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

THE PAPAL AND ROYAL SUPRE MACIES CONTRASTED. ANAIYSIS OF A SERMON PREACHED ON SUNDAY, MAY THK 12tH, BY 'THE RIGHT REV DR. 'WISEMAN, AT ST. GEORGE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. - (.From the Catholic /standard.) When our readers are told that this ser mon, to which Protestants as well as Catho lics looked forward with so much interest; was, if possible, superior in force and elo quence to its famous predecessor, they will readily believe that to any one who had put faith in the foundation of the Royal Su premacy on Scripture, its effect must have been utterly bewildering. The Church being literally crammed, his Lordship commenced somewhat as follows:— ' Wherefore, my brethren, have we met here to rejoice and give thanks ? Is it because a sovereign who reigned for a time, the victim of those wicked principles which are now'disturbing Europe, is d«- . prived of his throne ? Is it that an augury is given '? of better days, and more tranquil times ? Should I we so meet to rejoice were the heir to an...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

G&tt\t9iMtit&\ Intelligence. Conversions.— The Rev. George Cage, M.A., f of Brasenose College, Oxford, has been received %. into the Church. The conversions of the Rev. I Henry Wilberforce, rector of East Farleigh, and -\ of the Rev. J. W. Allies, rector of Lampton, are I also spoken of. We have also reason to believe that 5 a celebrated Tractarian Archdeacon is about to \ withdraw from the Establishment. — Catholic * Standard. June 8. * The Sttnob-t-Thb Papai, Rescript. — The Right Rev. Dr. Ryan has received from the Primate the - rescript relative to the convocation of the Synod. His Holiness directs that all the Archbishops and ' Bishops of Ireland, who are not canonically impe ded, shall attend the Synod, from which he antici- ! pates great benefit to the Catholic Church in this ? country. None of the subjects to be referred to ? the Synod are stated in the rescript ; but, before { its convocation, the Bishops are to be informed of \ , the matters they are requir...

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THE BATTLE IS FOUGHT AND WON. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

THE BATTLE IS FOUGHT AND i! WON. In the hour of danger, at the approach of any hazaidous engagement, Napoleon used to address his soldiers animating their war like breasts with this short but . exciting address, ' Behold the sun of Austerlitz !' in allusion to that memorable day on which the French performed such prodigies of valour by conquering and putting to flight the combined Russian and Austrian armies on the'field of Austerlitz. So on each re volving anniversary of the First of October, 1850, on any future struggle for a great political principle, the war cry — the animat ing watch word with every honest and earnest political leader will be, ' Behold the sun of Australia !' Remember that bright ' October Pay' under whose meredian sun ' our sires' in Council met to implore our Gracious Sovereign to set us free from the moral, social, and political evils^— the inevitable attendants of a 'Penal Colony.' The Council has nobly responded to the ' public voice,' so emphatically utte...

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THE PORT PHILLIP MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

THE POET PHILLIP MEMBERS. Honour and gratitude to these generous and independent gentlemen ! They have at con siderable expense and inconvenience to them selves come back to our aid, at a moment of great peril to our political existence as a ' free' British colony. The whole of the Representatives for the Port Phillip district, with one melancholy exception, have stood manfully forward to resist the importation of British felons into New South Wales proper, their own province of Victoria hav ingbeen considered safeagainst the threatened invasion of culprits — with shame be it re corded that the craven exception is a son of the soil of New South Wales itself. How does it happen that some of the ' sons of the fcoil,' on which a few of them have of late reflected no great lustre, are so indifferent to the freedom and political character of their native country ? These few heartless Australians are possessed of sufficient talent and are shrewd enough in the management of wordly business...

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WHAT WILL THE TEN POUND FRANCHISE DO? [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

WHAT WILL THE TEN POUND , . FRANCHISE DO? Many things, and, we trust, many good., things. Imprimis, it will never again be, . possible to find in a legislative chamber of , New South 'Wales, a number of men, daring: enough, or dull enough to ask twice, for the sense of the country on such a question as that of the renewal of transportation. Not that we feel much inclined now to quarrel with the cause of the late glorious demon stration. The effect was too bright and honourable to allow us to feel anything but a good humoured pity for the calculating stupidity that evoked it. Whether New South Wales should be a country where a freeman might walk erect, and with a 'freeman's hand beckon to his brethren of elder and crowded nations, to come and share his new world, or whether she should be branded as the lover of felons — not for their own sake, that indeed were right noble and Christian — but for greed of the gain that might be wrung, at any cost of decency and manhood, from |their un...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

jwtgciliaimm** To Bachelors in Particular. —See my friend that you make your house a home, a house is a mere skeleton of bricks, lath, piaster and wood. A home is the residence, not merely of the body, but of the heart ; it is a place for the affection to unfold and develop themselves — for children to love, and learn, and play in — for husband and wife, to toil smilingly together and make life a blessing—a house, where the wife is a slattern and a sloven, cannot be a home — a house when there ia no happy fire-side, no book, no newspaper, above all where there is no religion, how can it bo a home ? You bachelors there cannot any possibility be a home where there is no wife, To tttlk of a home without love, we might as well ex pect to find an English fire-side on one of the pyra mids of Egypt, —Moral Reformer. Importance of attention to the Feet. — We may trace one half of the consumptions of this country to cold suddenly applied to the feet, by which the sensible exhalation is check...

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EPITOME OF NEWS—FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

LPlTOMbi OF NhWS— FOliElGN AND DOMESTIC. Her Majesty's steam-ship Cormorant, Com mander H. Schomberg, lately captured at he Brazils an empty slave barque, of 382 tons, on the passage from the Brazils to St. Helena, a discovery of between five and six thousand dollars headed up in a farhina cask, was made between decks.— Urn- trated News, ♦n:n-«1 Signal BALtooN.-Mr. Green has ascertained that one of his balloons, sent up from Tufnell, raric Holloway, on the 10th May, fell on the evenfflg of that day at Liesaint, eight leagues south of lam. KITRAOROINARI i'OSTAGB SLAMP U««™.^3s _a .t.ntpm«it wr* current in the public journals of a certain young lady was to be placed, ma con vent by he/father, if she could not procure .one million of used postage stamps before a speci eu time. A friend in the neighbourhood of ^Derbf undertook to supply her with the «qul«*^ *;*„ —a rf,,o,,»tn «nVt.hatin a few days tnev received millions, supplies poured in i^/11^ ters - two hundred packets by post arriv...

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GLORIOUS AND MOST IMPORTANT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

GLORIOUS AND MOST IMPORTANT ?? . NEWS. . ' Since the memorable day on winch Stephen Langton, the iilustrious Archbishop of Can terbury and the patriotic Barons rung Magna Charta from the tyrant King John on the plains of Runnymede, a more important concession has not been made to a British community than that which has gladdened the heart of every friend of British Freedom and British connection in the Australian Colonies, by the extension of the Elective Franchise to the ten pound Freeholder under the New Constitutional Bill. This timely and liberal measure will do more to bind the Australian Colonies to the Parent state, and to preserve the integrity of the British Empire for ages to come than any other conceivable act of British Legislation. As the great and comprehensive measure of ' Free Trade'r is so well calculated to pre serve the peace of Europe and of the whole commercial world, so we confidently augur that this wise extension of this ' Free Trade' Franchise, if we may use...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

CALIFORNIA. Our accounts from the mining districts exhibit a most unsatisfactory and alarming state of the popular feeling existing, particularly in the sou- ; them districts. Our contemporaries, nearer the spot than ourselves, attribute the outrages which ; have been of so frequent occurrence lately to fo- ;! reigners, mostly Chilenos, and Mexicans, and a j cause give the oppressiveness of the miners' tax. j The agents for the collection of the tax have found J it inoperative, and been unable to collect in many j instances, the foreign miners preferring to abandon the diggings rathei than pay it. Our Stockton | contemporary hears rumours of the organisation j of a guerrilla band ; and if the feeling in regard I to the tax is » hat it is represented, it is more than 1 probable that they are well founded. If such is | the case the result will be deplorable, as the Ameri- | can feeling will be excited to such a degree as to | render the security of the foreign miners very | doubtful. ...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR OCTOBER, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR OCTOBER, 1850. 3; th Feriaorof the Blessed Sacrament, O.S B., SP.N.B. 4 F S. Francis, oonf. d. 5 Sat Of the B. V. M., s. d., O. S. B., SS. Placid and Comps., mm. d. rnaj. 6 S XX after- Pent., 2nd Oct.. Feast of the Rosary, d. 7 M S. Bruno, d, from yesterday. ?8 lu S, Bridget, w. d. 9 W S3. Dionysius and Comps., mm. s.d. 10 Th S. Francis Borgia, sd. 11 i jP Fpria, O. S. B., S. Paulinus, d. 12 Sat Of the B. V. M., O. S B., S. Wilfrid, d. 13 S XVL after Pent., 2nd Oct.. sd.,0 S. B.f Feast of Maternity of B. V. M. , d. maj. 14 fit S. Calliatus.p. and m. d. 15 Tu S. Theresa, v. d. 16 W S. Edward, conf.ftom 13th, sd., O.S. B., S. Gallus, a. b. 17 Th S. Hedwidg-e. w. sd. 18 F S. Luke, evan. d., 2nd class. 19 Sat S Peter of Alcantara, conf. d. 20 S XXII. after Pent., 4th Oct., S. John GVntuis, conf. d., O. S. B., Feast of i Parity of B. V. M., d,. maj. 2.1 \ M S. Hilarion, ab. simp., O. S. B., S. Ursula and Comps., mm. d. 22 Tu Fena, O. S. B , S. John Cantius, d. 23 W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

DIED, On the 15th Seplember. at his residence Church street, Harramaatta, after a long and painful ill ness, Charles Daley, in the 38rh year of his age, much regretted by all his acquaintance. — May he rest in peace : Amen.

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Poet's Corner. THE "FREMAN'S JOURNAL" READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

wo* tf# cottier. THE 'FREMAN'S JOURNAL ' READERS. One Reader cries, your strain s too grave : . To much morality you have— , ?' ? Too much about religion ; Give me some witch and. wizard tales, Of slipshod ghosts with fins and scales, . And feathers like a pigeon. . ' ... ; I love to read, another cries, Those monstrous, fashionable lies— , In other, words, those hovels, , ? s .'??? Composed of kings, and queens, and lords, .; Of border wars, and gothic hordes That used to live in hovels. No, no, cries one, we've had enough Of such confounded love-sick stuff, .,...? To craze the fair creation : . . Give us some recent foreign news Of Russians, Turks, of Greeks, or Jews, . Or any other nation. The, man of dull scholastic lore, Would like to see a little more, In scraps of Greek or Latin : The merchant fain would learn the price Of English wares, qf wool, and ricej . Of India silks, or satin. Another cries, I want some fun, , A witty anecdote or pun, .....'. A rebus or a riddle : ..;....

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The interesting letter of our Moreton Bay Cor respondent qame too late for this day's publication —it shall appear in our next. la order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge 0te receipt of money letters in this part of our paper. FromC V. D% Newcastle, .. .. £1 0 0 Erom W. J. D., Richmond, V. D. L. 4 0 0 All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that the writers of all communiac tions should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although this information is not required for publication, it is requisite aa a guarantee of their being genuine.

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IRELAND. THE PACKET STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

IRELAND. THE PACK KT STATION. {From the Cork Examiner.) We are glad to perceive, from the follow ing statement in the Evening Post, that an important element has been added to tbe ex periment about to be made between Galway and New York : — ? ' We observe that her Majesty's Mails are to be sent out by this conveyance, and we understand that the post office authorities have bepn prompt in af fording facilities for' tbe the purpose.' What the conditions are under which this arrangement has been entered into, does not appear. However it indicates that the move ment is favourably viewed in quarters con nected with the Government. The fact de rives further significance from the circum stance, that the Post made no allusion at ali to the project, before announcing this reso lution.

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Mr. John Derepas is authorised toeollect subscriptions for This Freeman's .Journal in Sydney and its vicinity, and to give Receipts, signed by J. Moore, the Publisher, for all monies paid to him. Such of our Subscribers as do not receive their paper in due time, will please to: in form the Agent, at Mr. J. Moore's, the Publisher's Office, George-street, either ver bally or by letter; we shall charge the runner with the expense, and see the irre gularity rectified. Subscribers may receive the Freeman's Journal any time during the quarter.

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THE LAND DEBENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

,. THE LAND DEBENTURES. (From the Cork Examiner.} What is now passing in the Encumbered Estates Court, and still more what will occur, if the operation of that tribunal be extended, in conformity with the just and reasonable proposition referred to, mis;ht well afford a wide field , for reflection upou the different policy, under which the right to the soil was acquired, and under which it is abrogatad. The inveterate traditions of property, according to which its disposition was governed not by .any design to produce the greatest amount of material benefit, but by consideration of a purely political nature, are directly reversed by the change in which that court originated. Undoubtedly it is a great revolution. Not only is the land to be regulated in future upon a more eccono mical basis ; but all the ideas and feelings which clung round the feudal system of ownership are utrerly swept away. Those who have had any part in the struggle to effect a change of great principles, and who...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

? . . .- GREAT FAILURE : ? ??? oi ' l ?; ' MESSRS. feEUTRAM, CH ALDECOTt, AND CO., THE WELL KNOWN FASHIONABLE JEWELLERS, '' ' OF SEW BOND-STREET, LONDON. npilE undersigned has much pleasure in I announcing the arrival of the most elegant and superior assortment of fashionable Fine 'Gold Jewellery, Gold and Silver Watches, Diamond Rings, Sheffield Plated Ware, Beautifully Silver mounted Bohemian Glass Ornaments, &c.,' &c, ever imported to the colony, now landed per Rifleman and Stunner, being, as formerly advertised, a portion of the stock purchased in the Insolvent Estate of Messrs. Bertram, Chaldecott, and Co., the style of the above goods will at once convince intending purchasers of their superiority ; and from the peculiar circum Btanoes under which they were purchased j tba prices will be such as has been heretofore unheard of in the ' colony, and, in fact, below the manufacturing cost. UND8R THE PATRONAGE OF HER MAJESTY. Among the latent novelty in brooches wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

DONATION ANJ) SUBSCRIP- TIONS to the House of the Good ' Shepherd : — £ a. -1. Rev. D--an Coffey .. .5 0 0 Mrs Reid, Cambellton, An. Sub. .. 10 0 Mr. Johu Vardy, ditto ... 1. 0 0 Mrs. Dixon .. .. 0 12 0 Collected by Miss Rawlings.. 0 14 6 Rev. Mr. Cavanagh, quarterly ..0 5,6 Collected by Mr. John Doran .. 0 10 0 Collected by John Power .. o. 0 12 6 Mrs. Maher, weekly .. ., 0 10 Mr. Blakelejr ditto .. ..006 DUBLIN HOUSE, 455, GEORGE STREET. ON SALE by the Undersigned, a com plete assortment of the following — Drapery, Grocery, Earthenware, Glass, Wines and Spirits, at prices which they are confidant will give satisfaction to buyers. WOODS AND MEEHAN. COBDEN HOUSE, ~ 277, AND 279, PITT STRTET. JOHNSON AND WEIGHT, DRAPERS. HOSIERS, HABERDASHERS, GENERAL TAILORS AND SLOPSELLERS. COBDEN . HOUSE, 277, AND 279, PITT STREET. ' Sydney. . . ? THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. A CHARITY SERMON will be preached'in ST. MARY'S CATHE DRAL on NEXT SUNDAY, the 6th instant, by THE REV. DEAN COFFEY, and a collec...

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THE ALLOCUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

THE ALLOCUTION. {From the Tablet.) We have received a copy of, the first Allocution addressed by the Supreme Pontiff to the Consistory since his return from exile to the Holy City, and our readers will be anxious to learn in what accents the Vicar of Christ speaks to the Church of which he is the head, on so solemn and touching an occa sion. And, in truth, the document that we have to1 lay before them is every way worthy of the oc casion : not merely skilful in its choice of topics, eloquent in composition, avd dignihea m maimex, but full of simple and hearty earnestness, jmd exactly calculated to inspire all who jad it with faith in the. Vicegerent of our Lord, frdehty to .the good cause, zeal for the honour of G od and obe dianceto the Divine Ordinances under which we The Holy Father begins-we might almost say of course-ly repeating8 the thought which has been I J ri ? ir ? a n-n offoro man s tonirue, in every man s neart, a,'' '' w~w ? : ^ , and which, on such an occasion, was in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 October 1850

METROPOLITAN AND COUNTIES PERMANENT INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. HEAD OFFICE, NO. 480, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. OVER J. T. GROCOTT'S MUSIC SALOON. : TRUSTEES:-* r Messrs. David Jones Edward Hunt R'alph M. Robey. : DIRECTORS:- Messrs. David Jones, Chairman Edward Hunt, Deputy Chairman Ralph M.. Robey G. E, R. Lingard [- A. Campbell Brown Ambrose Foss Rqwand Ronald John Rice Rundle George Chisholm. SOLICITORS: - Messrs. Young and Billyard. STANDING COUNSEL:-^ George Smyth, Esq., Earrister-aULaw. SURVEYOR:— Mr. John Bibb. CONSULTING ACTUARY. Mr. Archibald Campbell. ?. \ - BANKERS .:-i. ;; , ; - - . The Commercial Bank. ? ? 'MANAGER:— ^T\ '?', Mr. Robert A. Fitzgerald. , '.. THE GENERAL OBJECTS OP THIS SOCIETY ARE:— To raise a fund by the monthly payments of the Shareholders which shall be available to each as may be required. 1st. For the purchase of their own business premises, or private dwellings, or other propqjrty, or the erection of buildings, or the purchase of land for buildi...

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